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39% Of Marriages End in Divorce. For Most, it’s Messy and Ugly.

At The Law Offices of Travis R. Walker, PA, we help protect and guide our clients through divorces as quickly and painlessly as possible by providing aggressive, solid, and compassionate representation and advocacy. Our Florida offices have ample experience working in divorce law in the Treasure Coast and Palm Beaches. During this period in your life, our attorneys and staff will work to get you the best possible solution as quickly as possible. This is not a situation you want to be dragged out over a long period, and we’ll help you close it so you can move on with your life. Our law offices take pride in our commitment to helping you through such a difficult time. When you have one life to live, you need a life that fulfills you. We’re here to help you reach your best life!

Divorce lawyer in Treasure Coast, FL

Providing Clarity & Support Throughout the Process

Our team will keep you informed and engaged with updates to meet your needs. Our team of attorneys and paralegals ensures that you don’t have to worry about your attorney or their staff not being there for the case due to unavailability or illness. Please note that your representation by our firm is confidential. Retaining us and our commencing with the divorce work is kept confidential. However, once we file anything, this dynamic changes. Usually, this is when you’ve filed the divorce paperwork, and that becomes a public record. It also becomes public when we file a notice of appearance on your behalf or after you’ve been served with divorce papers.

Get Legal Help Right Away

You have 20 days after being served to respond, whether you agree to the petition or not. It’s important and preferable that you obtain a consultation with our office prior to being served or prior to the deadline to respond. We will assess your needs during a consultation, during which you’ll have plenty of time to ask our office any questions. Give us a call today to find out what we can do to help you with your divorce.

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